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May
25
accepted How rude is “Quatsch!”?
May
25
accepted Selbständig vs. selbstständig
May
25
accepted What can “passt schon” mean?
May
25
accepted Was bedeutet “Abb.”?
May
25
awarded  Vox Populi
May
25
accepted Gibt es ein eigenes Wort für beschmutztes Geschirr?
May
25
accepted Benutzt man immer einen Wasserschlauch in einer Wasserschlacht?
May
25
comment Why no perfect participle? “Sie hat sich scheiden lassen”
They're certainly different verbs. I was wondering why one uses the perfect participle while the other does not.
May
25
comment When to use Perfekt and Präteritum?
Although there are dialects that use Perfekt a lot where Hochdeutsch uses Präteritum, it's definitely not true that Präteritum is for written and Perfekt is for spoken.
May
25
comment Where to find IPA transcriptions of Hochdeutsch online?
I've always been afraid of general rules. @Alenanno: Mine only has it for some words.
May
25
awarded  Editor
May
25
revised What are good online dictionaries for translation between German and English?
typo and spelling
May
25
comment Wie kann man wissen, ob ein Verb trennbar ist?
Danke! Sind die (un)trennbare immer (un)trennbare, oder gibt es Ausnahmen?
May
25
comment How to translate Fernweh to English?
I've only seen far cry used as a measurement of distance. (M-W)
May
25
awarded  Nice Question
May
25
awarded  Critic
May
25
comment Is there a German word to describe sentence parts which are delimited by commas?
@Eldros: It would be useful if you added some examples of what you want the word to describe, as there are other word combinations than relative and infinitive clauses thar are delimited by commas.
May
25
comment Is there a German word to describe sentence parts which are delimited by commas?
Should the word also describe "um Satzteil" in your translation?
May
25
asked Where to find IPA transcriptions of Hochdeutsch online?
May
25
reviewed Approve Wie kann man wissen, ob ein Verb trennbar ist?